Organic Tribe Hemp Scarf Review | Giveaway Closed

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Win A Beautiful Handmade Hemp Scarf 

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(Value: 99,00EU Approx $128.00US)


These beautiful 100% handmade hemp scarfs from Organic Tribe in Italy are dyed using only natural plant pigments such as walnut, birch, indigo & brazil wood using Shibori; a method of pole binding.

Beautifully soft and super large, these scarfs are fine enough as a summer wrap or can be swirled around your neck for lofty winter warmth.

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Cassandra M
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  1. My green holiday tip - buy a potted Christmas tree that you can replant after the season is over.

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  2. use LED lights on your christmas tree

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  3. i also like the zippo hand warmers

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  4. Very pretty scarf & hoodie products. So difficult to find truly organic fabrics and safer dyes.

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  5. Use reusable wrappings,if you do gift giving. Home made recipes (foods, body scrubs, etc) in recycled jars are great gifts.
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  6. My green holiday tip - make gift bags from fabric . They can be reused for many years. I found fabric at our local thrift store.
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G.

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  7. reuse gift bags bows and anything else that is salvagable

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  8. Help others apply the RRRs and do it yourself at the same time by using old fabrics/clothes to create handy washable cloth kitchen paper towel or tissues sets as gifts for friends. Patterns abound online, or use the ultra simple 1-ply approach and just cut fabric squares to use!

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  9. Holiday tip would be plug your tree into a surge protector!

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  10. my green holiday tip - wrap gifts in scarves that are also gifts.

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  11. gift wrap in old newspapers

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  13. Shop locally for gifts (perhaps handmade ones), or make the package a part of the gift, like a hand bag or pouch that can be used to store shoes, lingerie, toys or jewelry.

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  14. This year we'll be using fabric wrapping paper I think, or other reusables...and we are making Christmas treats to give as gifts as well :)

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  15. I Always reuse gift bags, and keep paper you didnt use last year to use again the next year!
    tammykd at live dot com

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  16. I like to wrap gifts in brown paper. Looks very rustic!

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  17. we reuse wrapping paper and bows from previous years

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  18. We use bags to wrap presents so we can use them for several years.

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  19. Re-use gift bags and wrapping paper. and switch to led lights

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  20. Save this year's wrapping paper, so you can use it for the next year.

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  21. You can use maps from your recent travellings as the wrapping paper for Christmas presents

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  22. My uncle used to wrap our gifts in comic paper! I think newspaper with a red ribbon could also be nice.

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  23. Most wrapping paper can be recycled in your home recycling container. A little tape is fine, but remove the big pieces. Consider saving reusable wrapping paper, along with ribbons and bows. Glittery paper and ribbons you can't use again should go in the garbage.
    Kaci Guisinger Harrison

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  24. Reuse whatever you can from the year before, don't leave christmas lights on too long

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  25. collect bags at end of opening and reuse each yr. forgo bows etc ,and reuse name tags, send email cards,

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  26. Save last years wrapping paper scraps and cards to make this years tags and tree trimmings.
    hey_wren@yahoo.com

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  27. If you have a lighted Christmas Tree Never fall asleep with the lights on.

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  28. If you sew scour the thrift stores for sheets and other items that can be upcycled into gifts. My upcycled projects this year include a Christmas dress for my baby girl out of a green velour dress that had out of date style and Christmas stockings from worn out quilts.

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  29. Any time you use cut trees/greens, plant two trees.

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  30. wrap your gifts with old magazines, newspapers, or reusable bags. Or use part of the gift as wrapping paper such as a tshirt, sheet, or pillow case.

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  31. reuse wrapping paper/bags from prev years.

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  32. Collect pine cones and decorate away! Pinecones can be painted with glue and then dipped in glitter for a dazzling effect. Save them from year to year.

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  33. use candles. pretty and save $on electricity!

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